Comment number 3. At 12:08 10th Mar 2010, Rufus Nice wrote: Sad but true. I’m tired of the ridiculous farce of illegal file sharers. SIEGEL: That’s right. The jurors were judges of the law, and what the judge said was just advisory. That may contradict everything you’ve ever learned about what juries do and what judges do, but that is what judges in Maryland did for decades.
Many people don’t know about dehumidifiers or what they are used for, but some people argue that they can be used in the treatment of asthma and allergies. What a dehumidifier does is remove some of the moisture floating around in the air. Instead of the moisture falling onto a cold surface to create mould and fungal spores, that are bad for asthma and allergy, it is captured by the dehumidifier.
Without UV protection the inside of your eye is getting hit with MORE UV than if you weren’t wearing sunglasses at all. It actually sorta served a purpose, but once it got past Superhydrophobic, which is actually the industry term, it just became kinda dickulous. This beads water like Rain x and it almost always includes all the above mentioned coatings with it.
But really, what did Goodell and the Ravens think a professional football player knocking his wife unconscious looked like?NFL players react to video:The discussion over the NFL’s controversial decision to suspend Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice for just two games was reopened Monday, when a new video surfaced of the domestic violence incident. The video, leaked to TMZ, shows Rice knocking out his then fiance, now wife in an Atlantic City elevator. Previously, the only video made public was the aftermath of Rice’s actions his wife being pulled out of the elevator unconscious.A lot of NFL players both current and former weren’t happy then, but now, several are outraged and they’re making their grievances public by taking to Twitter to condemn Rice and the league for failing to provide what they see as a punishment that fits the now very evident crime.Some within NFL believe league erred on punishment:The NFL’s decision to suspend Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice for two games for a domestic violence incident involving his now wife has focused sharp criticism on the league and Commissioner Roger Goodell for a penalty that many considered too lenient.While the league has defended its action and there is a measure of support for it within the NFL, particularly inside the Ravens organization, some of those in and around the sport say the public outcry over the issue is understandable and meaningful.Ray Rice gets standing ovation:There has been an interesting distinction in the debate and furor that arose last week when Ray Rice was given a two game suspension by the NFL because of an offseason domestic violence incidence involving his now wife Janay..